Yo Ur Art, Yo Ur Brand, Yo Ur Business, Yo Ur Being (Part I)

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Yo Ur Art, Yo Ur Brand, Yo Ur Business, Yo Ur Being (Part I)
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The N'Namdi Atelier presents a two-part workshop/lecture series featuring cultural producer, communications specialist and artist Janice Bond. The workshop series will explore collaborative ways of branding and marketing creative practices for artists, makers, and other creative entrepreneurs.

YOUr Art, YOUr Brand, YOUr Business, YOUr Being
Part I: Branding and Authenticity in the Arts Strategic Planning Workshop

In this session, creative entrepreneurs will explore strategies to more effectively present themselves and their work, discuss topics such as co-branding through collaboration; assets; technology and look at timelines to achieve goals. Additionally, creatives will develop their brand statement, and begin developing an outline for short and long-term brand strategies.

Tickets for Part I: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/your-art-your-brand-your-business-your-being-part-i-tickets-19299699922

Tickets for Part II: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/your-art-your-brand-your-business-your-being-part-ii-tickets-19300461199

Tickets for Full Series of Workshops: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/your-art-your-brand-your-business-your-being-part-i-ii-tickets-19300586574

Speaker Bio

With a zeal for the creative and imaginative, Janice Bond. is a communications, programs, and business development strategist specializing in arts and culture. A combination of "Northern edge", "Midwest will", and "southern hospitality", Bond's forward thinking and high energy approach has been utilized over the past decade in a range of curatorial projects and programs, interactive, and creative marketing campaigns.

The debut of her company SAVANT | SAVANT in 2009, Janice began the incalculable journey of leading stellar collectives of great artistic minds and institutions as a consultant. From Dakar to Dubai, local art exhibitions to international music festivals, her interest in arts and culture advisory and support stems from the necessity of developing more impactful, shared, restorative, and sustainable creative economies globally. In the community, she lends her time to multiple organizations and institutions as a gracious speaker, board member, volunteer, and mentor. In 2013, she was appointed Director of Arts and Culture at IMAN with a focus of using art as a tool for social justice and restorative healing on Chicago's Southwest Side and beyond.

Janice opened Gallery ONI in 2014, a contemporary art gallery and cultural space located in Chicago, Illinois. As a visual/multimedia artist, her original paintings, installations, and collective soundscapes focus on human perspective, sacred geometry, identity, sound frequencies, and indigenous fractal patterns found in various cultures and urban landscapes. In 2015, she is launching The Art Allies, an initiative to educate and develop more visual art collectors and arts entrepreneurs in major cities all over the world.
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By: N'Namdi Center For Contemporary Art